Inpatient, outpatient, and community-based care offering accessible and appropriate care across the life span

Grant County offers numerous health care services with everything from advanced wellness and occupational health to compassionate nursing care facilities for the elderly, assisted living and home care agencies, mental health clinics, and a center for the developmentally disabled with Marion General Hospital as its premier medical center. Our health care system is top of its class. Consistently ranked high in regional quality of care listings and customer satisfaction surveys, the two hospitals serve our community well with more than 150 physicians providing the latest and best care in their specialties. A variety of inpatient, outpatient, and ancillary services in a range of fields include obstetrics, oncology, cardiology, urology, dentistry, podiatry, palliative care, diagnostic imaging, and surgical services. Grant County’s health care system continues to grow and expand to offer innovative technology and medical expertise.

Marion General Hospital

mghAddress: 441 N. Wabash Ave.
Marion IN

For nearly 115 years, patients have relied on Marion General Hospital and its medical staff to be competent and trusted providers of healthcare. MGH is a not-for-profit hospital, located at 441 N. Wabash Avenue in Marion, IN, which provides a wide variety of both inpatient and outpatient healthcare services.

Other MGH facilities are located throughout Grant and Miami counties, in Converse, Fairmount, Gas City and Swayzee, to best serve the medical needs of our Healthcare Community.

VA Northern Indiana Health Care System - Marion Campus

vetAffAddress: 1700 East 38th Street
Marion IN

VA Northern Indiana Health Care System (NIHCS) was formed in 1995 by the integration of the VA Medical Centers in Fort Wayne and Marion, Indiana. The mission of VA Northern Indiana Health Care System is to provide coordinated, compassionate and comprehensive quality primary care, mental health services and extended care to veterans in a timely, accessible and cost effective manner. The Fort Wayne Campus offers primary and secondary medical and surgical services, and the Marion Campus offers a full range of psychiatry services, nursing home care, and extended care services. Primary care clinics are available at both campuses and at Community Based Outpatient Clinics (CBOCs) located in South Bend and Muncie, Indiana. Although the Marion Campus is well over 110 years old and the Fort Wayne Campus was constructed in 1950, recently completed renovations and construction, and continuous maintenance, ensure an attractive, state-of-the-art healthcare environment.